[uClinux-dev] Distribution 20030305 bigger Kernel Image
m.calo at ctsgroup.it
Tue Mar 18 02:51:19 EST 2003
I'm compiling for MCF5272C3, I have added to the default options the
Loadable Module Support
Memory Tecnology Devices (MTD)
Character Devices ---> Standard/Generic Serial
File System ---> JFFS2
Flash Tools ---> mtd-utils : eraseall
Network Application ---> portmap
Busy Box ---> dd , insmod, lsmod, rmmod, mount,
If you confirm that the new kernel is bigger then the old one, I will
eliminate some of the default options
that I don't use to reduce the kernel image.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David McCullough" <davidm at snapgear.com>
To: <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 12:36 AM
Subject: Re: [uClinux-dev] Distribution 20030305 bigger Kernel Image
> Jivin Massimo Cal? lays it down ...
> > Hi All,
> > I have downloaded the last Distribution (20030305).
> > I have configured the kernel (make menuconfig) with the same options
that I had configured the kernel with the previous distribution.
> > Last Distribution Kernel image Size : 2072572 bytes
> > Previous Distribution Kernel image Size : 1788440 bytes
> > The Last Distribution Kernel image is 277Kb bigger then the Previous.
> > Is it right?
> Yep, the networking and a number of other areas in the 2.4.20 kernel
> have grown in size. If you go through the config options you may be
> able trim it down.
> Either way thats a big kernel, what platform are you building for ?
> What do you have configured in your kernel ?
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